Hansa Park

Local nameHansa-Park
LocationSierksdorf, Germany

Hansa-Park is a seasonal amusement park in Sierksdorf off the Baltic Sea. It was opened on May 15, 1977 under the name Hansaland and renamed Hansa-Park in 1987. It currently spans 113 acres and includes more than 125 attractions. From 1973 to 1976, the site was home to the first German Legoland.The park is owned by the Leicht family and managed by Christoph Andreas Leicht. The park attracts more than a million visitors each year, making it the fifth largest German amusement park. Stern magazine, in collaboration with the BAT Freizeit-Forschungsinstitut tested the ten leading German amusement parks. Hansa-Park scored second place behind Europa-Park overall and first place in the north. The "Family Park on the Sea" was the first German amusement park to receive the "OK for Kids" seal of approval from the Deutschen Kinderschutzbund and TÜV Nord for the whole park.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hansa-Park

Official Website https://www.hansapark.de/

Phone +49 045 63 47 40

Address Am Fahrenkrog 1, 23730 Sierksdorf, Germany

Coordinates 54°4'31.897" N 10°46'49.643" E

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